Renting The Right Stuff

If you need to pull out tree stumps, or move massive amounts of dirt, heavy construction equipment can make the job a lot easier. Learn what to rent.

Renting The Right Stuff

3 Tips For Buying Used Heavy Construction Equipment

10 August 2015
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Whether you run a construction business or simply want to handle a one-time project, it pays to get your hands on the best equipment for the job. If you would like to do this, while saving some serious money, you should look into finding the best used heavy construction equipment for sale. Whether you want to purchase an excavator, backhoe, bulldozer or any other piece of equipment, there are a variety of tips to keep in mind for the process.
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Three Garden Rentals That Help You Do Heavy Duty Work

7 August 2015
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Taking care of a yard is essentially your third full-time job. Lawns and gardens need constant weeding, cutting, trimming, de-bugging, and a host of other tasks to make them neat and tidy. While you could certainly buy all of the heavy duty equipment for yard and garden upkeep, it is just easier to rent these tools when you need them. That way they do not clutter up your garage or your shed and you are still able to accomplish everything on your "
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A Guide To Reducing the Risk of Dump Truck Tipping

3 August 2015
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Dump trumps have gotten longer and the risk of dump trucks tipping over has become a more common problem. The dump truck is at a risk of a tip-over when the center of gravity is not between the frame rails of the truck. When the dump truck tips over, the operators might become injured, nearby workers may become injured and the truck will likely be damaged. As a result, whoever designs the work site and the dump truck operator must take steps to minimize this risk.
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Preparing For Next Summer’s Construction Season: How Many Bridge Cranes Do You Make?

31 July 2015
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Working as an employee for a bridge crane manufacturer you may wonder how your company decides to produce "x" number of cranes every year. It is not as though bridge cranes are a high demand piece of equipment, since  "There is no trend in equipment...". This holds true of any type of heavy construction equipment, from floating cranes that build bridges to bridge cranes that lift heavy loads overhead and across a construction area.
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How to Operate a Stroke Sander

28 July 2015
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Stroke sanders are used to sand large pieces of wood like table tops and doors. The stroke sander uses a large sand belt that rotates across a flat table. The belt sizes range from 6 inches wide to 200 inches long or more. The stroke sander helps to keep the sanded surface of the wood flat and even, and avoid the dips and grooves that can easily happen when one sands a large surface with a belt sander.
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Renting The Right Stuff

When it comes to heavy-duty projects, like regrading a yard, you might be tempted to try it out with a few shovels and a little extra help from your friends. Unfortunately, some jobs simply aren't meant for people to do on their own. If you need to pull out tree stumps or move massive amounts of dirt, heavy construction equipment can make the job a lot easier. My blog is all about learning which specialized pieces of equipment you need to use when you start working. In addition to making your life easier, you might also learn how to save a little money at the rental shop.

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